Cross Country Cycling Classic facts for kids
|Date||Holy Saturday, March–April|
|Region||Belize, Central America|
|Local name(s)||Cross Country|
|Nickname(s)||Cayo and Back, Ride for the Roses, The Holy Day|
|Organiser||Belize Cycling Association|
|Race director||Emil Moreno|
|Editions||84 (as of 2012)|
|First winner||Elston Kerr|
|Most wins||4 times:
|Most recent||Giovani Choto|
The Holy Saturday Cross Country Cycling Classic is a one-day amateur cycling race held in Belize. It is held every year during the Easter holidays. It is Belize's biggest cycling event and has begun to be recognized internationally. It is usually shortened to the Cross Country Cycling Classic or "Cross Country" for short.
The race is about 140 miles.
Cross Country Cycling Classic Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.